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Heydar Aliyev International Airport is located about 15 miles outside the city center.
A taxi ride will take about 20-30 minutes to reach the center.
And if you were an elderly person somewhere like Baku, wouldn’t . Is she going to never call and never visit on weekends?
I guess I could secure my position now if I learned how to cook and do some gardening.
I'm here from 1 year and handling my own Shisha cafe pub business and in main Baku city.
(Admittedly, very tempting considering the cost of childcare in the UK)But what might seem weird here is the most natural thing for Azeries.
Yes, there are some parents in Baku who could, should they want to, support half of the UK. The majority are suffering from inability to adjust their old Soviet skills to the new ruthless world they now live in. I worry about my mother and my father getting older back in Baku. Because, when I see what relationship a lot of British children have with their parents, I am terrified.
They are scared and lonely, and they expect to be taken care of by their children, who were a lot quicker to acclimatise to the new life. I look at my little daughter, who needs me so badly right now, and wonder to myself: is she going to abandon me in a home when I am old and of no more use to her?
She will want to support them both morally financially.
She will probably insist she has to get their flat refurbished, buy them a new telly or a car, and pay for any medicine or surgeries they will need, as well as send them cash every month…. On top of that, she would always be plotting how she could eventually bring them over, so they could benefit from the proper medical care, and get looked after as they get older.
They just don’t understand how it is possible not to want to do that, or not to be expected to.